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Renowned architecture firm Olson Kundig occupies three floors of a 19th-century loft building in Seattle’s historic...
The old factory building's exposed brick walls are a point of pride for Olson Kundig.
Even in rainy Seattle, the skylight provides plenty of natural light.
Access to tools was an important factor in the redesign.
Kirsten R. Murray and her team gravitated toward smaller, more versatile workstations.
Movable furniture on the sixth floor can be configured as workstations, bleachers, or open space.
The massive skylight provides daylight and can be opened with a hydraulic system to provide fresh air.
"People wanted more open areas, smaller areas, more physical collaboration, and gathering zones," says Murray.
Large windows afford plenty of natural light in Olson Kundig's materials library.